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by b22
Sun May 19 2019 3:48 am
Forum: Installation
Topic: Request for vcpkg support
Replies: 2
Views: 1816

Re: Request for vcpkg support

NuGet is the standard for .NET package management, and perhaps PowerShell too. It doesn't emphasize C++, but it's simple and gets the job done. vcpkg definitely is all about C++ though. vcpkg targets Linux, macOS, and Windows. Hundreds of packages are already supported. Since CopperSpice already use...
by b22
Sat May 18 2019 9:52 pm
Forum: Installation
Topic: Request for vcpkg support
Replies: 2
Views: 1816

Request for vcpkg support

Might I suggest that a vcpkg package be created for CopperSpice? Both QT5 and vxWidgets are in vcpkg, so CopperSpice would fit right in. It's quite nice, being easy to use and cross-platform. It's definitely not only for Windows. I'm a little too inexperienced with CMake to attempt it myself. I don'...
by b22
Fri May 17 2019 2:51 pm
Forum: Installation
Topic: Support for RHEL?
Replies: 14
Views: 7209

Re: Support for RHEL?

IIRC, devtoolset-8 was released in November 2018. However, I can only find devtoolset-7 on this site: https://www.softwarecollections.org/en/scls/rhscl/devtoolset-7/ It's possible that devtoolset-8 is part of the RHEL Software Collections, but has not yet been recompiled for the CentOS Software Coll...
by b22
Fri May 17 2019 2:43 pm
Forum: Installation
Topic: Support for RHEL?
Replies: 14
Views: 7209

Re: Support for RHEL?

As @jbober pointed out, there is an official way to get new compilers on CentOS and RHEL. It's called Software Collections . It's updated every May and November. Software Collections contain several programs including newer versions of MySQL, etc. The compilers are included in devtoolset . https://w...
by b22
Mon Oct 23 2017 3:07 am
Forum: Installation
Topic: Support for RHEL?
Replies: 14
Views: 7209

Support for RHEL?

I didn't see RHEL 7 or CentOS 7 on the list of supported operating systems. Before I spend time investigating or trying to build CopperSpice there, is there anything I should know about? Any reason to think it won't work? At least in my particular field, RHEL is the standard, so I'd love to see it o...